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Adult Family Home
Grethe
Submitted: 2007-08-26 14:38:53.000 (post #: 2216)

In January 2006 we opened an adult family home on Whidbey Island. Our specialty is in the care of those unable to care for themselves whether from aging, illness or dementia. Our home overlooks the water with a beautiful dayroom and private rooms for residents. For more information just contact me directly at grethe@cammermeyer.com
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Re: Adult Family Home
Rocio
Submitted: 2008-06-16 22:56:48.000 (post #: 2237)

I have been listening a book on CD titled “Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Well-Being” by Andrew Weil. The book a little dry and monotonous, but I find that the information provided is very well balanced. Of particular interest were the references to exercise like tai-chi, yoga, and pilates to help the elder regain some control and balance which results in less falls (broken hips, etc). The book also mentions specific benefits associated with some foods, like flax seed and ginger to reduce inflammation. I plan to experiment with these foods to hopefully help with pain in my wrists, which I have been experiencing for 3-4 years now. I am 34. I was wondering if you offered this type of exercises and health foods (dietary supplements) in the adult family home you opened in 2006. -Rocio
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TAI-CHI & Flax Seed
Rocio
Submitted: 2008-06-16 22:58:04.000 (post #: 2238)

I have been listening a book on CD titled “Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Well-Being” by Andrew Weil. The book a little dry and monotonous, but I find that the information provided is very well balanced. Of particular interest were the references to exercise like tai-chi, yoga, and pilates to help the elder regain some control and balance which results in less falls (broken hips, etc). The book also mentions specific benefits associated with some foods, like flax seed and ginger to reduce inflammation. I plan to experiment with these foods to hopefully help with pain in my wrists, which I have been experiencing for 3-4 years now. I am 34. I was wondering if you offered this type of exercises and health foods (dietary supplements) in the adult family home you opened in 2006. -Rocio
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